"I bought this as the handheld can of fire retardant foam was not available. This gun is so much better than the plastic nozzle hand held cans. Allows more precise placing of foam fillets. And you can leave part used cans on the gun for use later."
"Gives great control, doesn't clog if you follow the instructions. Might sound expensive but you will realise why if you get one, if you need to use any more than 2 cans of foam for a job then buy one and save time and hassle."
"The difference of using this and not - is the difference between a professional finish with just the right amount of foam dispensed and an amateur with it all over their hands, the carpet, themselves and their clothes and anything else they touch. It allows a steady stream at the correct amount which is adjustable with the black knob to turn and also you can use the remaining foam which is stored by keeping the gun attached. It's a costly initial outlay but you'll be glad you did it. - BUY ONE !"
"Much better than self dispensing cans. Can be left over a fortnight and still works perfectly. Sturdy but light weight. Only niggle is the bit of plastic tube over the nozzle. Could do with some spares as this clogs after being left for 1/2 an hour."
"This product is very sturdy and performs well. There are cheaper products on the market that do not last long, but this is substantially well made and will last the course with care. Very lightweight and carries a one year guarantee"
"Don't waste on buying cans with a attachable nozzle. This gun works great, so much quicker, a lot more control and cleaner to use, and the cans that go with it are over half the price of the cans with the attachable nozzle. Well impressed, wish someone had told me about this sooner."
"Unless you can take it apart for cleaning, any foam gun will soonner or later clog up. It is a consumable which cannot be expected to last more than 3 to 6 months. This gun lasts longer than most if the instructions are followed.It is well made and dispenses with accuracy.If you have a lot of foaming to do it is quite economical but you should always have a spare. Tip: use the spare to sprayclean the foamer."